“In bullfighting there is a term called querencia. The querencia is the spot in the ring to which the bull returns. Each bull has a different querencia, but as the bullfight continues, and the animal becomes more threatened, it returns more and more often to his spot.
As he returns to his querencia, he becomes more predictable. And so, in the end, the matador is able to kill the bull because instead of trying something new, the bull returns to what is familiar. His comfort zone.”
“The phones are ringing off the hook, ... We received hundreds of calls Monday when the worm struck, and they're still coming. This worm is like a fast-moving thunderstorm. It comes in fast and then it dies out quickly. We expect yesterday [Tuesday] and today [Wednesday] to be the peak.”
“As soon as that bell rings for the first round, ... you have to establish whose ring it is. That's really all I try to do -- I try not to think to much, I don't think Roy thinks to much in the ring. We try to think on the fly -- we bring game plans to the ring but the main thing is to take control of the ring, from the jump.”